Tag Archives: Judge T.S. Ellis III

Domain name must be transferred to Prudential (access required)

Where an alleged cybersquatter who held the PRU.COM domain name intended to divert customers from Prudential Insurance Company or wanted a six-figure payment for the name, and it had registered other domain names evidencing bad faith, PRU.COM was ordered transferred ...

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Placing employee on PIP could be adverse action (access required)

The employer was denied summary judgment on the ADA retaliation claim because the Fourth Circuit has not resolved whether placing an employee on a performance improvement plan, or PIP, after they engaged in protected conduct, could be an adverse employment ...

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Fairfax County prevails in dispute over IEP (access required)

Although parents challenged an individualized education program, or IEP, the Fairfax County School Board satisfied its obligations under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act because the IEP was reasonably calculated to enable the child to make appropriate progress in the ...

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Defendant’s statements partially waived attorney-client privilege (access required)

Where one of the defendants in a criminal copyright infringement case voluntarily disclosed to an FBI agent substantive legal advice he received from his attorney, he waived attorney-client privilege. However, the waiver was not as broad as the government argued ...

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